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Pavlo Granevskii: "Companies come for the capital, and Poland has the capital"
In December 2013 the Warsaw Stock Exchange has generated more than 59% of the stock trading on the central-eastern region, and market capitalization issuers accounted for more than 49% of trading volume in the region. In 2014, Poland also will be a promising platform for Ukrainian companies, because even amid the economic downtown, the market is developing, and 50% of gross WSE are foreign investors.
"Companies come for the capital, and Poland has the capital. Foreign investment funds are actively investing on the Warsaw Stock Exchange . Therefore, that companies which decide to issue shares or, for example, bonds may be interesting for investors. In 2014 we expect the activation of derivatives turnover. As opposed to the issue of shares and bonds, they are very interesting for investors, as give them the opportunity of quick profit", - said Paul Granevskii.
Guest of PRO CAPITAL also predicted the intensification on the Polish energy commodity exchange and the continuing trend of reduce of the shares value in favor of atypical sources of income, as the information about the company, macroeconomic research and research of current state of companies.
Regarding another trend of 2013 - interest of Ukrainian companies to the eastern sites, Mr Granevskii believes that if the Ukrainian or other companies will be able to attract investors in Asia, they should go there. But it should be noticed that the remoteness of this region doesn't contribute to good placements, said the expert.
"Usually, the investors nearby better understand the specifics of the country's economics and evaluate the risks of investing in Ukrainian company in different way. Thee is a great capital on the eastern markets - China, India, South-West Asia and Japan, but we should also remember that this type of markets fluctuate, so investors try to spread the risks. I think that the Ukrainian company should allocate risks and attract different investors", - said vice-president of the WSE.